Buying a new hot tub or spa can be exciting and a major investment in your home, health, and lifestyle. There is a lot of information out there that may seem overwhelming, but when it comes to making this great purchase for yourself and your family, there are specific things to keep in mind before you take the plunge. Having these details ironed out before your hot tub is purchased and arrives can make the process easier and more efficient, allowing you to start enjoying your spa as soon as possible.
Which Hot Tub Are You Buying?
Your first major decision is which is the best hot tub for your lifestyle. Things to take into consideration include how much space you have for your hot tub, how many people will be in the water on a regular basis, whether your spa will be indoors or outdoors, and what kind of features you are looking for. Finding the best hot tub for you will be much easier when you know the answers to all of these questions upfront. Another thing you might want to consider is how long you plan on owning your spa and whether or not it will come with you if you move.
Where Will Your Hot Tub Go?
Your next step after determining which Sundance® Spas hot tub you are going to purchase and exactly where it will go and what it will take to get it there. If you are planning on an indoor spa, how will you get it into the room it will be placed in. Is there an adequate foundation, one that will provide enough support even when your hot tub is filled with water? Is there good ventilation and drainage in the room, and will you have enough room around your hot tub for necessary maintenance?
If your hot tub will be outdoors, the right foundation is critical. Just putting the hot tub on hard ground seems like it would be sufficient enough, but ground can move and shift and cause strain on your hot tub that may shorten its lifespan or cause the water to sit unevenly. A gravel and concrete foundation is best. You will also want to ensure that the hot tub will not sit under any trees or runoff spots that may fill the water with debris. Space for maintenance is still important, and access to a water source and an electrical outlet.
Where Will You Buy Your Hot Tub?
While this may seem like an unimportant question, where you purchase your hot tub is crucial. You may be enticed by a home and garden show or fair where you can find an off brand hot tub for cheap, but in the long run this will end up costing you more. These hot tubs often don’t come with warranties and aren’t built to last long under regular use. A reputable dealer who can answer all your questions, provide all of your supplies and hot tub accessories, and give you a great warranty is your best bet for an investment that will last you through the years.
Sundance® Spas in the Netherlands
If you’re looking for hot tubs for sale, contact your local Sundance® Spas dealer in the Netherlands today. Your local Sundance® Spas dealership will have a fully-stocked showroom with the best deals on hot tubs around, along with a wide selection of hot tub covers, steps, water care products, and other accessories.